While Highly Skilled Graduates Struggle to Find Jobs, Bright Trading Offers a Long-Term Career Alternative
Professional Equities Trading Firm Offers Young People Low Barrier to Entry and Training to Become Serious Wall Street Traders
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bob and Don Bright have been trading securities for decades, and have hundred of licensed professionals under their wings at Bright Trading. Realizing that the latest crops of young graduates have skills that are advantageous for the serious trader, they have launched a new campaign to allow these young people entry into the world of private fund managing and trading. “Unfortunately, there are just not enough jobs for these talented twenty-somethings,” says Bob Bright, CEO. “We have designed a program to develop these young people into true entrepreneurs if they have the ability, desire and drive to become successful,” adds Don Bright, Director of Education at Bright Trading. “From their introductory questionnaire and interview process, all the way through to their daily trading regimen, management is available to offer assistance every second of the trading day,” Don Bright adds.
“In addition, each trader becomes part of the overall team. We pride ourselves on being connected every minute of the trading day with our traders. Each trader has a direct manager/mentor/team leader that they can draw upon for advice and help.”
Bob Bright and his brother have been called “prop trading legends” and, although flattering, they both keep a down-to-earth and helpful way about them, and enjoy helping others. Entrepreneurial equities trading, off trading floor, has succeeded where other aspects of the industry have floundered in recent years. Bright Trading has hundreds of traders who trade from several locations, and remotely from around the globe. “Each trader develops into their own fund manager as time goes by,” adds Bob Bright. “In addition, each trader becomes part of the overall team. We pride ourselves on being connected every minute of the trading day with our traders. Each trader has a direct manager/mentor/team leader that they can draw upon for advice and help.”
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Posted: June 25, 2010